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Curated research library of TV news clips regarding the NSA, its oversight and privacy issues, 2009-2014

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Primary curation & research: Robin Chin, Internet Archive TV News Researcher; using TV News Archive service.

Speakers

David Miranda
Glenn Greenwald's partner
CNNW 08/20/2013
Cooper: Did British authorities say that they detained you under, it’s called schedule seven of the UK Terrorism Act, that allows them to question someone to determine if they are or have been and i quote “concerned of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism. Did they actually ask you anything about terrorism? Miranda: no, they didn't ask me anything about terrorism, not one question about it, and i think it's really weird because i was in there for, like, eight hours
David Miranda
Glenn Greenwald's partner
CNNW 08/20/2013
Miranda continued: without talking to anybody outside, and like they are just like keeping me -- i have to ask them, do i have to answer this? They ask -- just telling me like if you don't answer this, you are going to go to jail. You know, that's a big thing because like when they say like i was in this -- under this law, terrorist, you know what UK and united states do, they have all the powers in the world to do
David Miranda
Glenn Greenwald's partner
CNNW 08/20/2013
Miranda continued 2: anything they want with this because they follow Glenn and his career for the past eight years and I've seen many stories people like pick up in different countries, getting to this and just staying in prison and they vanish. Nobody seen them. So in that moment i was like really afraid what would happened to me. Cooper: sure. Maranda: you understand i was for eight hours without talking to anybody outside of the world. I didn't know what is happening, and they keep threatening me (about going to jail with that law.)
David Miranda
Glenn Greenwald's partner
CNNW 08/20/2013
Cooper: So David had visited this film maker you're reporting partner on the NSA stories, Laura Poitas, in Berlin. Miranda: yes. Cooper i read the guardian paid for David's flights. Glen, was he carrying classified material with him? Greenwald: well, I'm not going to talk about what he was carrying because that's our work product as journalist, remember both Laura and i are working with "the guardian" as journalists. What I would say is every single newsroom in the United
Amy Goodman
Host and Executive Producer for Democracy Now
LINKTV 02/19/2014
Goodman: A court in Britain has ruled police acted legally when they detained the partner of journalist Glenn Greenwald at Heathrow airport in London under an anti-terrorism law. David Miranda was carrying documents leaked by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden when he was detained for nearly nine hours. While acknowledging the detention marked
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